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Negligence claims proceed in mesh suit, other claims fail
The court allowed negligence claims to continue in transvaginal mesh lawsuit against Boston Scientific; however, the court dismissed warranty and product liability claims.
Claims against spinal stimulation device maker survive dismissal, again
A patient alleging injury by a spinal stimulator can move forward with her claims of failure to warn and negligent manufacturing against the device’s maker.
New exceptions proposed in revision of Stark law rules
Value-based arrangements are allowed under proposed new rules, but how are they defined?
California Insurance Guarantee Association is not primary payer under Medicare
Although an insolvency insurer scheme may pay covered costs for the insolvent insurer, including medical costs, it does so as a benefit of the plan and not as an actual insurer.
Detroit cardiologists’ retaliation claims against Tenent Healthcare sent to arbitration
A court held that two cardiologists’ claims that they were actually employees and not bound to the arbitration clause in their independent contractor agreements, was still an issue for...